How can I take a screenshot of the whole of a Windows 8 App? The area is larger than the height of the screen, so I want the full scrollable area. I've tried: Snipping Tool Ducklink tool ...
On Windows 8.x you are allowed to take screen shots on the Windows 8 start screen and apps using the Print Screen key. And it works super, with my external keyboard, but not on my built in keyboard. ...
I've followed a tutorial to change the default folder for screenshots in Windows 8 (Win + Print Screen). I chose the desktop folder as default. Now it's saving all the screenshots there, but I want to ...
I'm able to launch the snipping tool, select an option and then copy based on my selection. Is there a way to launch a default snipping option so that I can create partial screen screenshots without ...
In Windows 8, Win+PrtScr will automatically save a sequentially numbered screenshot at %UserProfile%\Pictures\Screenshots. The file names are of the form Screenshot (<index>).png. However, even ...
One of the tools I've found invaluable in answering questions on SU is the snipping tool. I may on occasion need to take screenshots of part of the start screen or 'modern' apps. I may not want to ...
How can I take a screenshot of the lock screen in Windows 8? Note that Windows 8 shows a lock screen with a wallpaper and in the bottom-left corner shows the date-time with notification icons of ...